Kate Middleton clung to the last days of Summer one more time on Tuesday when she attended RHS Garden Wisley to unveil the latest iteration of her Back to Nature Garden. The duchess joined food writer, TV presenter, and British national treasure Mary Berry at the event, with both of them opting for floral looks that were perfectly in keeping with the surroundings.
Kate's dress came from one of her go-to designers, Emilia Wickstead, whom she's turned to time and time again since joining the royal family. This time around, she picked the designer's Aurora dress, which is another shirtdress — a silhouette that's quickly becoming her new trademark — in a blue and pink floral print, with patch pockets on the bust and a matching fabric belt. She teamed the pretty design with beige wedge sandals and eschewed her usual clutch bag (or at least handed it to a member of staff), so she could play with the children at the event. Kate's dress is still available to buy, so keep reading for a closer look and your chance to snap up a little royal style.